Bathmate has the X Factor when it comes to mainstream media coverage
Posted: February 17, 2016
Bathmate has been making waves in the mainstream media lately, notching up an enviable amount of coverage in The Sun, Cosmopolitan, Metro, and the Gaily Grind, following its association with Ellis Lacey. The 23-year-old Royal Navy weapons engineer auditioned (unsuccessfully) for ITV’s The X Factor in 2015, performing an acoustic cover of Blackstreet’s No Diggity, but it’s his performances on YouTube that has been getting the press all in a lather.
Last year Ellis recorded a very candid weekly series in which he used the Bathmate Hydromax X30 penis pump. Filmed in his bath, viewers – and there have been over five million of them – could follow Ellis’s progress as he recorded his results: “I’ve noticed that my flaccid penis is fuller, my erect penis is harder,” he said on week two. Ellis also gave viewers visual confirmation of his gains, by measuring his penis alongside a ruler.
The clips were filmed before he appeared on the TV talent show – he so should have mentioned them during his audition, as X Factor producers love an interesting back story – but the UK media has only now come across them after he returned to the channel last month.
Almost as entertaining as Ellis’s videos are the comments. These include: “If you want some help in extending your penis, sweetheart, I’d like to help you through skype. Just let me know, OK? It will be my pleasure”, “This video extended my penis”, “I wanna suck it!” and the immediate reply, “Get in line bitch!”
We might be seeing even more of Ellis on our TV screens soon though as, according to The Sun, he has applied to be on the next series of Channel 5’s Big Brother – we reckon he’ll be a shoo-in after this hullabaloo.
See Ellis in action by searching for ‘elbowreviews’ on YouTube or by clicking here.